Crossword clues for you
- ''___ and Me Against the World''
- ''__ rang?''
- Would-be contest solver
- Word with all, in the South
- Word uttered while pointing a finger at someone
- Word sometimes shortened to its final letter
- Word represented by its last letter in many songs
- Word from a finger-pointing chooser
- Word after "So it's" or "It's so"
- Whom Uncle Sam wanted
- Who's seen in the mirror
- Who's doing this crossword
- Who just cracked this clue
- Usted, north of the Mexican border
- Uncle Sam's target
- Twelfth word of Kipling’s “The Vampire.”
- TV's "Mad About ____"
- Tú or vous
- Time's 2006 "person of the year"
- This puzzle's solver
- The one squinting at the clues right now
- The one looking at this puzzle
- The Gershwins' "Embraceable __"
- The best-looking crossword solver in the world?
- Taylor Swift's "___ Belong With Me"
- Second person, grammatically
- Reader reader, apparently
- Puzzle doer, right now
- Pointing word
- Person nearly finished with a puzzle
- Person addressed
- Part of us
- One studying clues
- Not them or me
- My sunshine?
- Modern version of the old word "thou"
- Modern equivalent of "thou" or "thee"
- Mail carrier's pun (part 2)
- Long u
- Last word of the "Happy Birthday" song
- Last word of our Valentine verse
- It can be singular or plural
- Homonym of "ewe"
- Half of us
- Golden Rule conclusion
- Get Up Kids "Last Place ___ Look"
- First word of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
- Fan of good crosswords, presumably :)
- Essence of Caesar's question
- Current solver
- Crossword puzzle fan, presumably
- Crossword fan, apparently
- Candlebox '93 smash
- Bless _____
- Bestseller subtitled "The Owner's Manual"
- BEQ fan, presumably
- BEQ fan, likely
- Ariana Grande "Into ___"
- An outstanding crossword solver
- Alanis Morissette's "___ Oughta Know"
- Accusatory cry, maybe
- 3 Doors Down "Here Without ___"
- 2018 thou
- "Yes, I'm looking at ___!"
- "With or Without __": U2 song
- "Who Are ___"
- "What's it to ___?"
- "What ___ Will" (alternate title to "Twelfth Night")
- "This One's For ___"
- "Thee," updated
- "That's what ___ think!"
- "That Thing ____ Do!"
- "That means ---!"
- "That includes ___!"
- "Te" in "Te amo"
- "Surely ___ can't be serious!"
- "So, it's ___"
- "Shine On ___ Crazy Diamond"
- "She Loves __"
- "She Loves ___" (1963 Beatles hit)
- "Shape of ___" (#1 2017 hit by Ed Sheeran)
- "Only ____"
- "No one but ___"
- "More power to ___!"
- "Me?" "Yeah, ___!"
- "Me? What about ___!"
- "It's so ___!"
- "It's ___, babe" Styx
- "It Had to Be ---"
- "It Had to Be ___"
- "I Wish --- Love"
- "I Knew ___ Were Trouble" (Taylor Swift hit)
- "I Knew ___ Were Trouble" (2012 Taylor Swift hit)
- "How have ___ been?"
- "How do ___ do?"
- "Hey" follower
- "Hey!" follower
- "Here's looking at ___, kid"
- "Here's lookin' at ___, kid"
- "Girls Like ___" (2018 hit)
- "Cuz I Love ___" (2019 Lizzo album)
- "Catch Me If ___ Can"
- "Are ___ There God? It's Me, Margaret" (Judy Blume book)
- "Are ___ for real?"
- "Are __ for real?"
- "Adore ___" (Miley Cyrus hit)
- "10 Things I Hate About ___"
- "--- never can tell"
- "--- don't say!"
- "________ rang?"
- "____ Can't Go Home Again"
- "____ Are There"
- "___ what?!?"
- "___ Shook Me All Night Long" (AC/DC song)
- "___ Oughta Know" (Alanis Morissette hit)
- "___ only live once!"
- "___ never can tell"
- "___ mad, bro?"
- "___ Light Up My Life"
- "___ know ..."
- "___ have got to be kidding!"
- "___ gotta be kidding!"
- "___ first!"
- "___ can't handle the truth!"
- "___ can say that again!"
- "___ asked for it!"
- "___ are the weakest link, goodbye!"
- "___ are here" (map phrase)
- "___ again?!"
- "__ name it"
- "__ had one job!"
- "__ first"
- "__ busy?"
- "__ and me both!"
- ''The Song Is __'' (Kern tune)
- ''I kid __ not''
- ''How dare __!''
- '-- think?'
- '-- tell me!'
- '__ name it!'
- ____ said it!
- ____ bet!
- Much appreciated handkerchief during short tour
- Expression of gratitude
- Words of gratitude
- Welcome the way one's accepted by cook repeatedly
- How heavy, tau, when broken down — and similar things
- Anything similar
- Please stop
- Healthy? Congratulations!
- Don’t worry about second person? None of your business!
- What happens to a baby at a christening? Anything?
- Words said to a sneezer
- "Hey _____!"
- 1936 Tommy Dorsey hit
- Thou, today
- "Yeah, ___!"
- Last word of the golden rule
- Crossword fan, presumably
- Second person?
- "___ rang?"
- Puzzle doer, apparently
- "That means ___!"
- "So it's ___!"
- Who's solving this puzzle
- Somebody special
- Pointer's cry
- With 32-Across, a 1983 Lionel Richie hit
- With 64-Down, a down-home pronoun
- Word said while pointing
- One of us?
- With 10-Down, 1983 Lionel Richie hit
- A person who is not a doofus
- Cry before "Over here!"
- 2-Down reader, right now
- See 30-Down
- Whom "Uncle Sam wants"
- "See ___!"
- "___ and whose army?"
- Crossword solver, presumably
- "___ don't say!"
- "Caught ___!"
- Object of affection in 17-, 25-, 47- and 61-Across
- Xavier Cugat film "___ Were Never Lovelier"
- Whom Uncle Sam wants, on an old poster
- "After ___"
- Word before and after "yeah"
- The "Y" of TTYL
- "Revolution" or "Hound Dog" starter
- Who is solving this puzzle
- See 1-, 10-, 21- and 26-Across
- Word pronounced the same when its first two letters are removed
- "___ wanna take this outside?"
- With 115-Down, 1983 Lionel Richie hit
- First word of "Huckleberry Finn"
- Golden rule ender
- Word that completes the song titles "___ Baby" and "Baby It's ___"
- "That's so ___!" (compliment, sort of)
- Word shortened to its last letter in texts
- With 67-Across, "That's not true!"
- "___ and I," 1941 song
- Song hit of 1936
- Thou, now
- "___ first!" (Editor's note: this would have been a better title for this puzzle)
- Kern's "___ Are Love"
- "___ name it!"
- "___, Andrew Marvell": MacLeish
- "___ for Me," Lawford film
- Pronoun that sounds like its last letter
- "Me Tarzan, ___ . . . "
- "_____ Send Me" (Sam Cooke hit)
- "___ Send Me," Sam Cooke hit in 1957
- Billy Joel's "Just the Way ___ Are"
- "___ Belong to Me"
- Te in "Te amo"
- Part of i.o.u.
- One of "three little words"
- "Near ___" (old song)
- Gershwin's "Embraceable ___"
- "___ Are Woman," 1964 song
- Thou, commonly
- Homophone for ewe
- MacLeish's "___, Andrew Marvell"
- Object of affection in 17
- Second person starts to yell “Ow!” unnecessarily
- Not me or them
- It's no good abandoning inexperienced or junior solver
- "If I were ___ ..."
- Quip, part 2
- Part 3 of the quip
- Part 3 of the quotation
- People in general
- One of us
- "___ got it!"
- Part 6 of today's quote
- Part of WYSIWYG
- Part of i.o.u
- Personal pronoun
- Mirror image?
- Part of IOU
- Part 5 of the quip
- "This means ___!"
- Uncle Sam poster word
- Time's 2006 Person of the Year
- Second-person person
- Pointer's pronoun
- Advice, part 3
- What U sometimes means
- Singular or plural pronoun
- Second-person pronoun
- Thee, updated
- Thee, now
- The U of IOU
- Not I
- "____ Send Me"
- "__ said it!"
- Our thanksgiving continues
- "Hey, ___!"
- "Embraceable ___"
- "___ Are My Sunshine"
- "__ got it!"
- Word on an Uncle Sam poster
- TTYL part
- Thee, today
- Person with exquisite taste in crosswords?
- Part 1 of today's quotation
- Golden Rule pronoun
- Finger-pointer's pronoun
- A puzzle solver
- "What do ___ think?"
- "I kid ___ not!"
- "__: The Owner's Manual" (Dr. Oz book)
- "___ wish!"
- "__ rang?"
- Word with ''of all people''
- Who Uncle Sam wants, per the posters
- What's needed to complete each theme entry
- Uncle Sam's want
- Reader of this clue
- Preventer of forest fires?
- Person solving this puzzle right now
- Person reading this clue
- Part 8 of our quote
- It ain't me
- Current puzzle solver
- "What do ___ mean by that?!"
- "That's so __!"
- "Thank ___ very much"
- "See ___ later"
- "Oh, it's ___"
- "Of all people" preceder
- "It's so __!"
- "I kid ___ not"
- "I kid __ not"
- "I Got ____ Babe"
- "How dare ___!" ("Well, I never!")
- "As __ Like It"
- "All I Want Is ___" (U2 single)
- "--- Are My Sunshine"
- "____ Are So Beautiful"
- "___ think?"
- "___ lie!"
- "___ go, girl!"
- "__ don't say!"
- 'Says --!'
- 'How dare !'
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
thou \thou\ ([th]ou), pron. [Sing.: nom. Thou; poss. Thy ([th][imac]) or Thine ([th][imac]n); obj. Thee ([th][=e]). Pl.: nom. You (y[=oo]); poss. Your (y[=oo]r) or Yours (y[=oo]rz); obj. You.] [OE. thou, [thorn]u, AS. [eth][=u], [eth]u; akin to OS. & OFries. thu, G., Dan. & Sw. du, Icel. [thorn][=u], Goth. [thorn]u, Russ. tui, Ir. & Gael. tu, W. ti, L. tu, Gr. sy`, Dor. ty`, Skr. tvam. [root]185. Cf. Thee, Thine, Te Deum.] The second personal pronoun, in the singular number, denoting the person addressed; thyself; the pronoun which is used in addressing persons in the solemn or poetical style.
Art thou he that should come?
--Matt. xi. 3.
Note: ``In Old English, generally, thou is the language of a
lord to a servant, of an equal to an equal, and
expresses also companionship, love, permission,
defiance, scorn, threatening: whilst ye is the language
of a servant to a lord, and of compliment, and further
expresses honor, submission, or entreaty.''
Note: Thou is now sometimes used by the Friends, or Quakers, in familiar discourse, though most of them corruptly say thee instead of thou.
You \You\ ([=u]), pron. [Possess. Your ([=u]r) or Yours ([=u]rz); dat. & obj. You.] [OE. you, eou, eow, dat. & acc., AS. e['o]w, used as dat. & acc. of ge, g[=e], ye; akin to OFries. iu, io, D. u, G. euch, OHG. iu, dat., iuwih, acc., Icel. y[eth]r, dat. & acc., Goth. izwis; of uncertain origin. The pronoun of the second person, in the nominative, dative, and objective case, indicating the person or persons addressed. See the Note under Ye.
Ye go to Canterbury; God you speed.
Good sir, I do in friendship counsel you
To leave this place.
In vain you tell your parting lover
You wish fair winds may waft him over.
Note: Though you is properly a plural, it is in all ordinary
discourse used also in addressing a single person, yet
properly always with a plural verb. ``Are you he that
hangs the verses on the trees, wherein Rosalind is so
--Shak. You and your are sometimes used indefinitely, like we, they, one, to express persons not specified. ``The looks at a distance like a new-plowed land; but as you come near it, you see nothing but a long heap of heavy, disjointed clods.''
--Addison. ``Your medalist and critic are much nearer related than the world imagine.''
--Addison. ``It is always pleasant to be forced to do what you wish to do, but what, until pressed, you dare not attempt.''
--Hook. You is often used reflexively for yourself of yourselves. ``Your highness shall repose you at the tower.''
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English eow, dative and accusative plural of þu (see thou), objective case of ge, "ye" (see ye), from Proto-Germanic *juz-, *iwwiz (cognates: Old Norse yor, Old Saxon iu, Old Frisian iuwe, Middle Dutch, Dutch u, Old High German iu, iuwih, German euch), from PIE *yu, second person (plural) pronoun.\n
\nPronunciation of you and the nominative form ye gradually merged from 14c.; the distinction between them passed out of general usage by 1600. Widespread use of French in England after 12c. gave English you the same association as French vous, and it began to drive out singular nominative thou, originally as a sign of respect (similar to the "royal we") when addressing superiors, then equals and strangers, and ultimately (by c.1575) becoming the general form of address. Through 13c. English also retained a dual pronoun ink "you two; your two selves; each other."
det. 1 The individual or group spoken or written to. 2 (n-g: Used before epithets for emphasis.) pron. 1 (context object pronoun English) The people spoken, or written to, as an object. (from 9th c.) 2 (context reflexive now US colloquial English) (To) yourselves, (to) yourself. (from 9th c.) 3 (context object pronoun English) The person spoken to or written to, as an object. (Replacing (term thee English); originally as a mark of respect.) (from 13th c.) 4 (context subject pronoun English) The people spoken to or written to, as a subject. (Replacing (term ye English).) (from 14th c.) 5 (context subject pronoun English) The person spoken to or written to, as a subject. (Originally as a mark of respect.) (from 15th c.) 6 (context indefinite personal pronoun English) anyone, one; an unspecified individual or group of individuals (as subject or object). (from 16th c.) vb. (context transitive English) To address (a person) using the pronoun ''you'', rather than ''thou''.
The pronoun you is the second-person personal pronoun, both singular and plural, and both nominative and oblique case, in Modern English. The oblique (objective) form you functioned previously in the roles of both accusative and dative, as well as all instances after a preposition. The possessive forms of you are your (used before a noun) and yours (used in place of a noun). The reflexive forms are yourself (singular) and yourselves (plural).
"You" is Shaznay Lewis' second single from the Open album and was released 2004. It peaked in the UK charts at #56.
"You" is the second single by Ayumi Hamasaki. It was released on June 10, 1998.
"You" (stylized as you) is Koda Kumi's 19th single and the first to be released in her 12 Singles Collection. It became her first single to hit #1 on the Oricon charts.
"You" is a song by American recording artist Janet Jackson from her sixth studio album, The Velvet Rope (1997). It was released as the album's fifth single on September 3, 1998.
You is the English second-person pronoun.
You may also refer to:
You is the twenty-third studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin, Released on October 16, 1975 by Atlantic Records. It was a critical and commercial disappointment, stalling at #83 on Billboards album chart. The album's only pop chart single, "Mr. D.J." stalled at just #53 on Billboard's Hot 100, while climbing to only #13 R&B. The title track, issued as the follow-up, reached #15 R&B. The album brought an end to Aretha's long collaboration with producer Jerry Wexler, after signing with Atlantic in 1967. This album is long out-of-print. The album was released on compact disc in Europe in 2008.
"You" is a song by English musician George Harrison, released as the opening track of his 1975 album Extra Texture (Read All About It). It was also the album's lead single, becoming a top 20 hit in America and reaching number 9 in Canada. A 45-second instrumental portion of the song, titled "A Bit More of You", appears on Extra Texture also, opening side two of the original LP format. Harrison wrote "You" in 1970 as a song for Ronnie Spector, formerly of the Ronettes, and wife of Harrison's All Things Must Pass co-producer Phil Spector. The composition reflects Harrison's admiration for 1960s American soul/R&B, particularly Motown.
In February 1971, Ronnie Spector recorded "You" in London for a proposed solo album on the Beatles' Apple record label, but the recording remained unissued. Four years later, Harrison returned to this backing track while making his final album for Apple Records, in Los Angeles. The released recording features the 1971 contributions from Leon Russell, Jim Gordon and others, with further instrumentation and vocals overdubbed in 1975, notably a series of saxophone solos by Jim Horn. On release, the song was well received by the majority of music critics, who viewed it as a return to form for Harrison after his disappointing 1974 North American tour and the accompanying Dark Horse album. Dave Marsh of Rolling Stone hailed it as Harrison's best work since his 1970–71 hit song " My Sweet Lord"; author Ian Inglis describes "You" as "a near-perfect pop song".
Capitol Records included "You" as one of just six Harrison solo hits, alongside compositions of his performed with the Beatles, on the 1976 compilation The Best of George Harrison. For the first time since the debut CD release of Extra Texture in the early 1990s, "You" was remastered, along with its parent album, as part of Harrison's 2014 Apple Years reissues. Lisa Mychols and Les Fradkin are among the artists who have covered the song.
"You" was the 9th single released by UK pop group S Club 7 on 11 February 2002. The track is a very uptempo-retro number reminiscent of the group's third single " You're My Number One". The video was set in the 1950s and is described in the Best CD booklet as the "candyfloss-bright, tongue-in-cheek 50s pastiche". This track was the last single to feature departed band member Paul Cattermole and sparked the last leg of the S Club 7 journey. The song reached no. 2 on the UK Singles Chart. It also charted on the 2002 Year End Singles chart at number 70.
YOU is a South African family magazine that is aimed at demographically diverse South African English-speaking readers of different ethnicities with coverage on current events and "interesting people".
"You" is a song by American R&B artist Lloyd featuring rapper Lil Wayne, and was produced by Big Reese and Jasper Cameron for Lloyd's second studio album, Street Love. It was recorded in the producer's basement. It is the first official single off the album. Lloyd himself has reported that he leaked the song to an Atlanta radio station to receive airplay. The song features an interpolation of Spandau Ballet's song " True". On February 8, 2007, "You" became Lloyd's first and Lil Wayne's second top-ten single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, charting at number nine. The song reached number one on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in February 2007, becoming both Lloyd and Lil Wayne's first number-one single on this chart. On the UK Singles Chart, the single debuted on May 28, 2007, at number sixty-six on download sales alone, and moved up to number forty-five.
"You" is the fifth single from Japanese pop singer Kaela Kimura. It was released as the third single from her album, Circle, on January 18, 2006. It peaked at number seven on the Japan Oricon singles chart.
"You" is the only single release from Tarot's seventh studio album Crows Fly Black.
You is the first album released by the pop/electro band Bang Gang. It was written by Barði Jóhannson and released in 1998.
"You" is the name of a 1991 song recorded by the Dutch band Ten Sharp. It was released in 1991 as their debut single from the album Under the Water-Line and became a hit in many countries, including France, Norway and Sweden, where it reached number one on the charts.
A you is a lidded vessel that was used for liquid offerings by the Chinese of the Zhou and Shang Dynasties. It sometimes lacks taotie in favor of smoother surfaces. Sometimes these vessels are zoomorphic, especially in the form of two owls back to back. Usually the handle of the you is in the form of a loop that attaches on either side of the lid, but it is occasionally a knob in the center of the lid. They can be quadruped or have a single base.
You (Yū, born August 29, 1964 as 江原由希子 Ehara Yukiko) is a Japanese model, television personality, singer and actress.
She began her career as a singer, releasing her first single " chotto dake" ("just a little") in 1985. She next formed the Japanese pop group Fairchild in 1988, with Seiji Toda and Hirokazu Kawaguchi, serving as vocalist and songwriter. In 1990, she secured a regular spot on the comedy duo Downtown's weekly Thursday night radio show MBS Youngtown. She next accepted a regular role on Downtown's television show, Downtown no Gottsu Ee Kanji. With the shift in her career focus from singing to television, the band Fairchild broke up in 1993.
While continuing as a regular on various television and radio shows, she has authored two books, appeared in a number of films, and is a regular contributor (and occasional cover girl) for the fashion magazine, In Red. She was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress award at the 2005 Japanese Academy Awards for her performance as the absent mother in Nobody Knows.
You is the fifth studio album by the progressive rock band Gong, released by Virgin Records in October 1974. Recorded at Virgin's Manor Studios in Oxfordshire, England, side 1 was mixed at Pye Studios, Marble Arch, London, while side 2 was mixed at The Manor. It was produced by Simon Heyworth and Gong "under the universal influence of C.O.I.T., the Compagnie d'Opera Invisible de Thibet", and also engineered by Heyworth.
You is the third of the "Radio Gnome Invisible" trilogy of albums, following Flying Teapot and Angel's Egg. The trilogy forms a central part of the Gong mythology. The structure of the album mixes short narrative pieces with long, jazzy instrumentals (such as "Master Builder", "A Sprinkling of Clouds" and "Isle of Everywhere"), building to a climax/conclusion with "You Never Blow Yr Trip Forever".
"You" is a 1967 single released by American singer Marvin Gaye on the Tamla label.
Released as the first single from Gaye's In the Groove album, it was written by Ivy Jo Hunter, Jack Goga and Jeffrey Bowen and produced by Hunter.
The song talked of a man wanting to keep a rendezvous secret with one woman due to their differing social statuses, Marvin's narrator being working class, while the woman is upper class.
Recorded after Gaye recorded his " I Heard It Through the Grapevine" single, it showcased a new rougher Gaye vocal than usual signaling a change in the singer's direction as he stepped away from the sophisticated-styled soul that dominated his mid-sixties releases.
A modest hit on the pop charts peaking at number thirty-four, it was a top ten single on the R&B charts where it peaked at number seven.
You were chosen in 2006 as Time magazine's Person of the Year. This award recognized the millions of people who anonymously contribute user-generated content to wikis (including Wikipedia), YouTube, MySpace, Facebook and the multitudes of other websites featuring user contribution.
While the status had been given before to inanimate objects, with the personal computer being the "Machine of the Year" for 1982, as well as collections of people or an abstract representative of a movement, the choice of "You" attracted criticism from commentators in publications such as The Atlantic for being too much of a pop culture gimmick. A New York Daily News article named the 2006 award naming one of the ten most controversial "Person of the Year" moments in the history of Time. However, the news-magazine experienced generally successful sales.
"You" is the debut single from the 2008 Australian Idol winner, Wes Carr. It was released digitally on 23 November 2008, and physically on 3 December 2008. It is the lead single from his second studio album, The Way the World Looks.
You is a 2009 American drama film starring and directed by Melora Hardin (in her directorial debut). The film also stars Gildart Jackson (Hardin's husband, who also wrote the film), Brenda Strong, Joely Fisher, Allison Mack, Amy Pietz, Jerry Hardin, and Don Michael Paul.
You (Being My Body Whole) is an album released by Von Hemmling, the Elephant 6 band led by Jim McIntyre. It was released in 2008 on the Fox Pop record label and released only on cassette.
"You" is a song by American R&B singer Jesse Powell and appeared on Powell's first two albums, Jesse Powell and 'Bout It.
The song, released as a single in 1999, became the biggest hit of his career, peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and at number ten on the Billboard Hot 100.
You is a Japanese josei manga magazine published by Shueisha.
You is another way to write Yoo (also spelled Yu or Ryu) which is the English transliteration of several Korean surnames written as 유 or 류 in Hangul.
You is the pinyin romanization of several Chinese family names including 尤 Yóu, 游 Yóu, 犹 Yóu, 由 Yóu, 右 Yòu, 幽 Yōu, etc. Among these names, 尤 Yóu and 游 Yóu are relatively common. 尤 Yóu is the 19th surname in Hundred Family Surnames.
In Wade–Giles romanization system, You is spelled as Yu.
'You' was a song by The Who, Written by their Bassist John Entwistle and sung by Roger Daltrey, This is one of two songs written by John Entwistle for the Face Dances album ( The Who's first album without Keith Moon, Kenney Jones of The Small Faces and The Faces is on drums instead,) the other song being " The Quiet One". It was also released on the B-side of the underwhelmingly-performing " Don't Let Go the Coat" single.
You is the fourth album released by JUJU under label Sony Music Associated Records.
"You" also known as "Fuck You" is a song by American rock band Candlebox and the second single from their eponymous debut album. It is one of the band's most well known songs, peaking at #78 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also reached #6 and #18, on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks and Modern Rock Tracks charts, respectively. "You" was included on The Best of Candlebox in 2006. It was also featured in the 1996 film Foxfire and appears on its soundtrack album.
"You" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Chris Young. It was released in September 2011 as the second single from his album Neon. Young wrote the song with Luke Laird. The song is about a lover being told that her charm is the only thing that affects him the most.
The song received mixed reviews from critics who were critical of its lackluster hook and content similar to Blake Shelton's " Honey Bee" and Jason Aldean's " Big Green Tractor". "You" was Young's fifth consecutive number-one hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It also became his third top 40 hit on the Hot 100, peaking at number 34. The song was certified Platinum for selling over a million digital copies in the United States.
The accompanying music video for the song, directed by Chris Hicky, was shot in black-and-white and shows Young as a gas station attendant attracting the attention of three different women in various colored clothing.
"You" is a Latin pop song by American recording artist Romeo Santos from his debut album Formula, Vol. 1 (2011). Produced by Santos, the track was released as the album's first single in Latin America and the United States.
The song, named a promising start for the former member of Aventura, combines elements of bachata and R&B and debuted atop the Billboards Latin Songs chart, with Santos becoming the eighth performer in the history of the chart to start at this position.
"You (Ha Ha Ha)" is a song by British singer and songwriter Charli XCX taken from her major label debut studio album, True Romance (2013). It was released as the album's 4th single in February 2013, along with several remixes. A music video for the song was released on YouTube on 10 January 2013.
"You" is a pop song released in 2013 by the Swedish singer Robin Stjernberg. The song won Melodifestivalen 2013 on 9 March that year, and represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden, placing 14th in a field of 26 in the Finals held on 18 May 2013. Had only the jury votes been counted in the Eurovision final Stjernberg would have been placed third in the final.
You is the second single from the reedition of the 2008 Schiller platinum album Sehnsucht with lyrics by Colbie Caillat. The song was officially released in October 2008 and was peaking at number 19 on German singles chart in 2008.
"You" is a song recorded by the Australian singer Nathaniel. The song was digitally released through DNA Songs / Sony on 27 September 2013, as his debut single with a major label. "You" peaked at number four on the ARIA Singles Chart and it was certified two times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association for selling 140,000 copies. The accompanying music video was released on 8 October 2013.
"You" is a song by the American heavy metal band Queensrÿche. It was released as a single in support of their 1997 album Hear in the Now Frontier.
"You" is a song by Swedish electronic music duo Galantis. It was released on 1 April 2014 as the second single from their debut EP Galantis (2014). It was originally written for Britney Spears, entitled I'll Remember You for her eighth studio album Britney Jean but, for unknown reasons, was cut from the album and used by Galantis.
"You" is a 1977 single by Australian recording artist Marcia Hines. It was the second single from her third studio album, Ladies and Gentlemen, released in October 1977. It peaked at No. 2 in Australia, and remains Hines' highest charting single in Australia.
The song was nearly kept from Hines. Robie Porter, the producer, had put the song into his "don't use" pile. Mark Kennedy – her backing band's drummer – saw the sheet music in the studio and began arguing the song's worth to Porter. Porter subsequently changed his mind about the song.
Hines' "You" is a dance song. Her version was not released in North America, and the following year it was covered in the U.S. by Rita Coolidge.
You is the second studio album from Phillip LaRue. Razor & Tie Records released the album on November 13, 2015. He worked with Gabe Scott, in the production of this album.
"You" is a 1995 single by American house music studio project Staxx, assembled by producers Simon Thorne and Tom Jones, and featuring British singer Carol Leeming. This was their second number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart (after 1994's " Joy"), reaching the top spot on July 1, 1995. The single peaked at number 50 on the UK Singles Chart.
Usage examples of "you".
You know that, by revealing Yourself as an Aberrant, You could hurt us badly.
Clearly you have aided and abetted a traitor to escape justice, and you will be remanded.
And he has to answer for much more than aiding and abetting you with your plot to fool the old man.
They may opine that I have been an abettor of treason, that I have attempted to circumvent the ends of justice, and that I may have impersonated you in order to render possible your escape.
But I have bethought me, that, since I am growing old and past the age of getting children, one of you, my sons, must abide at home to cherish me and your mother, and to lead our carles in war if trouble falleth upon us.
End, I will lead you over this green plain, and then go back home to mine hermitage, and abide there till ye come to me, or I die.
But since we must needs part hastily, this at least I bid you, that ye abide with me for to-night, and the banquet in the great pavilion.
Higham and if these sergeants catch up with you it is well, but if not, abide them at Higham.
Either come down to us into the meadow yonder, that we may slay you with less labour, or else, which will be the better for you, give up to us the Upmeads thralls who be with you, and then turn your faces and go back to your houses, and abide there till we come and pull you out of them, which may be some while yet.
I have heard thy windy talk, and this is the answer: we will neither depart, nor come down to you, but will abide our death by your hands here on this hill-side.
But so please you I will not abide till then, but will kneel to him and to his Lady and Queen here and now.
You simply wish to keep Abigail an invalid so You can visit her in her bed.
I have no ability to do that, not even with you enhancing his emotions for me.
The fact that you saw what you did confirms your ability to be functional at our destination.
Will you abjure such of your deeds and sayings as have been condemned by the clerks?